Camillo boys charged over Sunday tomahawk crime spree

Police are questioning another two teeange boys over four weekend home invasions where offenders were armed with a tomahawk.

Two boys from Camillo, aged 13 and 16, have already been charged over the crime spree in Carlisle and East Victoria Park on Sunday.

Police will allege the two boys – and up to two other people – targeted four homes in Carlisle and East Victoria Park from 8.20am to 8.40am.

The additional boys, aged 15 and 17 and from Koondoola, have been taken into custody and are assisting police with their inquiries.

In one incident, an 81-year-old woman was pushed over while an 84-year-old man had his car stolen in another incident, with a tomahawk used in all four robberies.

The stolen car was found abandoned in Koondoola and, based on images released to the public, police raided a home on Tempany Way in Koondoola, arresting the two boys.

The pair, who live in Camillo, will face 13 armed robbery and stealing charges and were scheduled to appear in Perth Children’s Court on Monday, after they were refused bail on Sunday.

The investigation into the other members of the gang is continuing and anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Follow WAtoday on Twitter

– Aleisha Orr and Liam Ducey

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